I know that the world has gone crazy over Harry and Meghan. And it does seem they are what the world calls “in love.” They look great together, and of course, it is wonderful that a black woman will be in the royal family and all that. It is a fairy tale story on steroids.
I have other concerns besides my main one and those concerns are: I am concerned about their family backgrounds which are very broken and sad. Children who come from broken families have a lot to overcome to make their marriage work, to say the least.
Second, individually, neither of them appear to be stable, and they need to have a marriage where at least one spouse is stable. When you have two people who underneath their beauty and charisma are unstable, that equals disaster. They both can collapse under the pressure.
My third and main concern is Meghan’s divorce. For most men, after the newness of the marriage has worn off, then the question of who you have been with in the past and what you all did together comes up. If this question comes up, it is apparently a problem in his mind. And it becomes a big turn off for the new wife. The trust is challenged and when the trust is challenged the marriage is in jeopardy.
The time to talk about these things is before the marriage, but most men don’t have the guts to do so. But when the pressure is on in the marriage, or when, without thinking, the wife says something fondly about her former husband, the new husband can quickly gain the guts to talk about it at that point, and that is when it can become explosive.
Do not underestimate the Word of God that says, “Jealousy is the rage of a man.”
“God hates divorce” for many reasons. This is just one of them.
– Ella Breedlove